Reporting a bug when using fglrx via supported Ubuntu repository 8.1. Enabling Video Hardware Acceleration Video hardware acceleration with the Linux AMD driver is not as full featured as other OEMs, but there is some that can be enabled. use synaptic to do so by removing the radeon packages and marking mesa for reinstall. At this point, I am kind of guessing that it would be best to uninstall both of the versions of the AMD/ATI software that I have and reinstall just one of Check This Out
And which graphics card do you have? The software version was updated to 8.753. Catalyst Control Center does not open from the panel icon If you cannot get the Catalyst Control Center to launch from an icon, try from the terminal: gksudo amdcccle 8. It can be fixed however...Open /etc/X11/xorg.conf and add the following line to Section"Module": load "dri" 7.1.
What my dog really hears What's the point of long, empty hallways in dungeons? Reason: removed advertising link (in quote) TB0ne View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by TB0ne 05-06-2010, 06:21 PM #3 jscherer92 Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. EDIT 3: Okay, I've reinstalled Ubuntu, and I want to get things right this time.
This happened to me on Windows also, and when I installed my graphics card's software, the problems were solved. Blogs Recent Entries Best Entries Best Blogs Blog List Search Blogs Home Forums HCL Reviews Tutorials Articles Register Search Search Forums Advanced Search Search Tags Search LQ Wiki Search Tutorials/Articles Search did you perform some upgrade maybe(since it says it already has a fglrx version)? ATI Catalyst 10.7 introduces final and stable support for the Ubuntu 10.04 LTS(Lucid Lynx) operating system, early support for the newly released openSUSE 11.3 distribution, and official support for the ATI
sudo chmod +x amd-driver-installer-catalyst-13-4-x86.x86_64.runExecute the .run file: sudo ./amd-driver-installer-catalyst-13-4-x86.x86_64.run Be sure to click "Install Driver" as shown: Create a new xorg.conf: sudo amdconfig --initialReboot. Chipset Graphics cards R100 Radeon 7200 RV100 Radeon 7000(VE), M6, RN50/ES1000 RS100 Radeon IGP320(M) RV200 Radeon 7500, M7, FireGL 7800 RS200 Radeon IGP330(M)/IGP340(M) RS250 Radeon Mobility 7000 IGP R200 Radeon 8500, y (Reading database ... If you card is not listed there then probably it is too new and simply is not supported by any ATI driver.
Please read the appropriate man pages (xset and xorg.conf) for more information on that topic. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RadeonHD Code: sudo aticonfig --initial And, no, I did not. Browse other questions tagged ati or ask your own question. For installing the .deb's, I recommend making a directory in your home folder and putting the packages there.
Please Note: These are not my own instructions. his comment is here it says here that i3 550 does have GPU on some systems: http://ark.intel.com/products/48505/...Cache-3_20-GHz) ok, well then try purging and reinstall maybe it will help. See the troubleshooting section for more details You can make configuration changes through the AMD Catalyst Control Center, it can either be found in your Application menu or you can launch Are these the same instructions I should follow even if I have a different ATI video controller?
Ubuntu 10.04/Lucid Cards in Group 1 and Group 2 should have accelerated 2D/3D/Xv out of the box. If the search returns the latest version of the Catalyst driver, then proceed to the next section. This driver provides 2D and 3D acceleration in your video hardware. this contact form Interestingly enough the system performance seems improved while it is in its "broken" state (missing panel and launcher).
To avoid complications later on, save it inside an empty folder. Adv Reply February 4th, 2012 #2 partloer View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Just Give Me the Beans! Identifying your graphics card or APU First, check your graphic card name and chipset: sudo update-pciids #optional command, requires internet lspci -nn | grep -E 'VGA|Display'It should report something like this
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites chago12 21 21 418 posts Posted June 25, 2010 ati drivers suck on windows, what would one expect of the When asked to select a driver, pick fglrx. Unzip the driver if necessary. To confirm the drivers are working open a terminal and type: fglrxinfo You should get an output similar to the following: fglrxinfo display: :0 screen: 0 OpenGL vendor string: Advanced Micro
If you'd rather not spend money, you could always downgrade to a version of Ubuntu using that version of xorg. And people never listen to me when I try to tell them that ATI has major issues with opengl and linux. cd /path/to/fileMake the .run file executable, using the 13.4 driver as an example (modify as needed for future versions. http://tbapplication.com/ati-linux/ati-linux-drivers-ubuntu-9-10.html Now you should configure your xorg.conf (hints are provided in this document) and restart your system.
Visit the following links: Site Howto | Site FAQ | Sitemap | Register Now If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact us. To do so, edit /etc/default/grub and add the 'radeon.dpm=1' to the GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT line, so it would look something like: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash radeon.dpm=1"After you save/quit the text editor, update grub: sudo update-grub The fanboys just shrug me off and say "ATI IS BETTER THAN NVIDIA!!1111 CUZ ITS CHEAPER AND MORE POWERFULAR!1" I had similar problems way back when I had an ATI card Only get ATI if you are sure you're only going to be playing directx-based windows games and not going to deviate too far from that.
Plus the R300 GPUs (Radeon 9550-9800) were out in 2002. Need to get 0B/29.2MB of archives. Last edited by pixellany; 05-24-2010 at 11:03 PM. Note: Remember to uninstall the AMD proprietary fglrx graphics if it is already installed and reboot your system.
The outside edges of the desktop or maximized window are just out of sight on what I'm seeing on my screen. Done Note, selecting xorg-driver-fglrx for regex 'fglrx*' Note, selecting fglrx-kernel-source for regex 'fglrx*' Note, selecting xorg-driver-fglrx-dev for regex 'fglrx*' Note, selecting fglrx for regex 'fglrx*' Note, selecting fglrx-driver-dev for regex 'fglrx*' man radeon HDMI audio Ubuntu 14.04 and newer: HDMI audio should work automatically. Roots of equation having x in the exponent.
It's supposed to download the drivers for me in a easy and safe way. So even this proprietary linux driver from ATI probably won't help with my screen problems?